Articles written by Inside The Camp's own author CT Wilson.
Generate Good Drinking Water On The Spot And Avoid Carrying Heavy Water Packs
Outdoor enthusiasts and even the savvy traveler know that having good drinking water is an essential. However, water is heavy and can take up valuable space in packs. It can often be extremely difficult to bring along enough water for yourself and everyone in the group.
Inflatables - The Pleasures of Boating Without the Hassles
For many people the idea of spending a leisurely day floating on a river or lake sounds just heavenly. The high costs of maintaining a boat, however, do not. Fortunately, inflatables provide an excellent alternative to their fiberglass counterparts.
Why Try a Camping Hammock?
A camping hammock is a great idea for anyone that likes to camp. They are a particularly good choice for backpackers. When folded, they take up about the same amount of space as a softball and weigh only about 18 ounces.
All the Amenities of Home With Portable Cooking Stoves
For centuries if you were hiking or camping out overnight, your only source for cooking anything was to build a fire. However with the advent of the camp stove in the mid 1800s, people were able to camp out and actually cook foods without leaving any mark on the landscape whatsoever.
How to Choose a Tent
Camping tents, backpacking tents, there are a world of options available to outdoor adventurers and choosing the right one may be the single most...
Camping Sleeping Bags: Can You Have Comfort and Portability?
We humans spend the vast majority of out lifetime asleep. Sleeping bags can be looked at as your bed away from bed (like home away from home). Regardless of where or how they are used...
Make the Family Happy Campers on Vacation This Year
Camping is an activity that can be enjoyed by pretty much everyone, not just the die hard adventurers who spend months in the most remote regions of the world, living on worms and berries and growing Rip Van Winkle-like beards.
What to Look For in Hiking Tents and Hiking Backpacks
The activity of hiking conjures up a different image in each individuals mind. Some might picture taking a leisurely stroll though a nearby park or designated wildlife preserve on well-maintained or even paved trails.
Air Mattresses Even Out the Rough Spots
So, the camping trip is coming up this weekend. Tents, backpacks and kids are all ready to go. Items that might be forgotten by the unseasoned or inexperienced camper are the air mattresses.
Harnessing the Great Ball of Fire
Scientists estimate that the sun produces enough energy in just one minute to fuel the entire world for a year. It's no wonder why people have been developing ways to harness this power ever since the first solar battery made its debut in 1954. By allowing anyone to take this amazing technology along with them...
Articles From Friends of Inside The Camp
Cooking Above Sea Level
While camped at Gunnison, Colorado, a fellow camper complained about her difficulties in preparing a pot of pasta the night before. I had to chuckle for her problem sounded...
Keeping it Safe
Deer hunting is a time-honored, family tradition throughout the Ozarks and across the country. It can be a wonderful adventure to share with friends and family. However, as with any sport, there are risks...
Timing is Everything
The big shiner hit the water with a smack and immediately began to tug frantically at the end of my line. I set the hook and leaned back on my rod in an attempt to keep the chunky bass out of the lily pads. The fish turned my direction...
Top Ten National Forest Campgrounds Montana
National Parks, such as Glacier and Yellowstone, beckon many tourists to Montana to see and experience their wonders. But there is much more to this state...